We have enjoyed tasting chocolate this week as part of our Scrumdiddlyumptious topic. We blind tasted different types of chocolate including a very bitter chocolate which had 74% cocoa. This was not the children’s favourite! year 3 voted on which type of chocolate they liked the taste of and we made a tally chart and a bar chart from our
Rev Jon Taylor, from St. Bartholomew’s Church, came to lead our Harvest assembly this week. A big thank you to everyone who sent in a donation for our Harvest collection for the Coventry Food Bank.
We used ten frames in our maths work this week to help us when we were working out some tricky addition and subtraction sums. We found them a really useful tool using counters to represent numbers. We are now all addition wizards!
Year 3 have been busy this week making their own biscuits by reading and following instructions. We looked at the features of instructions and what we need to include when writing them. We then had great fun following our instructions to make our own tasty biscuits!
We had great fun guessing which fruit or vegetable was in the box! We had to use our senses to describe what we could feel. Is it spiky or soft? Smooth or rough? Squishy or rigid? We then produced some nonsense poetry and descriptive writing about fruit!